HOW Interactive Chicago Early Bird Savings Extended

If you haven’t bought your ticket to the HOW Interactive Design Conference in Chicago next month, you’re in luck. The folks here at HOW are extending the deal to Friday, October 3, so you have a little more time to cash in the Early-Bird Discount and button up your plans for Chicago, October 19-21!

What You’ll Get at HOW Interactive Chicago

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The HOW Interactive Design Conference series provides three days of web design education and creative inspiration for designers, developers and programmers—with an emphasis on how the entire team can collaborate for better web design and user experiences:

  • You’ll learn tactical and big-picture interactive strategies from web design experts who have done amazing work for Etsy, Mozilla, Nike, Kraft and more.
  • You’ll get your creative batteries recharged by some of the most popular speakers from our sister event, HOW Design Live.
  • Plus: Whether you register for the full three days or opt for a one-day pass, you’ll get access to FREE online learning through HOW University to help you keep your knowledge current post-Conference.

Still on the fence? Take a look at some of what our D.C. attendees learned at this year’s first HOW Interactive event …

It’s totally worth paying full price to learn the interactive design secrets of ultra-successful web designers, absorb design inspiration from creative visionaries like Jessica Walsh and Stefan Mumaw, and get a handle on process improvements that will keep your web-design team—designers, developers and programmers—humming along like a well-oiled machine.

But wouldn’t it be better to save some cash while you’re at it? Reserve your spot today to save $100 on your full-conference registration. Or, bring another member of your team to save an extra $50 each!

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Featured, HOW Interactive: Web Design & Interactive Web Design Tips

About Erin Prus

Erin Prus is the interactive content director for HOW + Print brands, where she’s found the right blend of creative, innovative and academic. Erin’s background includes writing, teaching and editing — ranging from healthcare to software, spanning print to digital media. Intersecting all industries is Erin’s passion for people, and she’s especially fond of designers —making the HOW/Print community an ideal fit for her.

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